|English term or phrase: "I speak..."|
First I'd like to say on behalf of Ohio Criminal Justice Services, Summit County Ohio Sheriff's Office, City of Lorain (Ohio) Police Department and NAJIT, we thank you greatly for your help and support with the translation of "I Speak ____" for the language communications booklet. I am still in need of your help in a few more languages.
I need "I Speak" translated and is listed by order of frequently encountered languages for Ohio are: Farsi, Hmong, Poshto, Korean, Thai, Swahili, Gujarati, Ukrainian. Other languages not as frequently encountered: Armenian, Cambodian, Bengali, Chezc, Chamorro, Hungarian, Llocano, Tagalog, Tongan, Yiddish, Mandingo, Bamara, and any other languages you can think of that I have left out.
We are trying to make this communications booklet as simple as possible and therefore we just need the three words "I Speak ____". The census and other language identification booklets have longer statements such as "If you speak blah, blah please check this box." We cannot use those. It gets a little too complicated. I also apologize in advance if I have misspelled any of the languages.
The languages we already have the translation for are: Spanish, Japanese, Creole, Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), Turkish, Dutch, Italian, French, German, Arabic, Romanian, Laotian, Mon, Portuguese, Russian, Catalan, Serbian, Slovak, Hebrew, Burmese, Somali, Vietnamese, Greek, Polish, Hindi, Urdu, Hindko, Pothari, and Saraiki.